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Back to college resource pack

  • This pack has been developed to support colleges in the run up to, and during the Autumn term.
  • All resources have been quality checked by an Expert Reference Group (GM Resilience Hub)
  • Please don’t download and share via email as we will be regularly updating the packs as new information and advice becomes available
  • This pack is an interactive PowerPoint deck – embedded files won’t open if you’re viewing it as a slide show

Download: Back to college resource pack V1.10

  • Updated 25.02.2021. Public Health England: Psychological First Aid training for those supporting children and young people affected by COVID-19.
  • Updated 05.01.2021. Young people and responsible drinking
  • Updated 23.11.2020. Anna Freud: 5 Steps to Mental Health and Wellbeing framework
  • Updated 21.09.2020. Greater Manchester Resilience Hub – A Guide to Managing Anxiety in Uncertain and Challenging Times, Every Mind Matters Looking after your mental health
  • Updated 04.09.2020. TELL study – Teenagers’ experiences of life in lockdown; Greater Manchester Resilience Hub – advice for coping with traumatic incidents
  • Updated 28.08.2020.  Public Health England.  Returning to secondary school: what parents need to know
  • Updated 21.08.2020. Life on hold: children’s well-being and Covid-19 – report from the Children’s Society looks in depth at the impact of coronavirus (Covid-19) and the associated lockdown on young lives; Staying alert and safe – social distancing guidance for young people. Government guidance for young people about social distancing and what they can do to stay alert and safe during this time.
  • Updated 13.08.2020: Prioritising emotional and mental wellbeing of the whole school community after COVID-19. An emotional wellbeing programme for staff and students in Secondary Schools
  • Updated 12.08.2020.  Winston’s Wish. Helping a bereaved child or young person to return to school; Guidance for Educational Settings on Supporting The Transition Back to School. Salford and Tameside Educational Psychology Service (EPS)